Monthly Archives: January 2018

False Arrest Violates 4th Amendment Right

Most cases of false arrest involve shoplifting accusations and are typically made by security guards and store owners or managers. A false arrest is an arrest made without a warrant or probably cause and is a form of imprisonment and considered a direct violation of your 4th Amendment rights. False Arrest and False Imprisonment When accused of shoplifting for example, a security guard or other employee at the store may restrain you from leaving. False imprisonment amounts to restraining or restricting your ability to leave either through physical force, gestures or conduct. If you are restricted from leaving due to […]

Public Transportation Accidents Bring Law Suit

Going about your normal day can bring unexpected injury due to a public transportation accident, whether as a rider or as a pedestrian. Public transportation accidents are common and include buses, trains, the subway, airplanes, or taxis. No matter if the public transportation is under a state, municipality, county entity, or owned by the private sector, they are all required to operate with the highest degree of care and diligence, putting passenger safety first. Public Transportation Driver Liability A driver of public transportation needs to be fully qualified and well trained to the vehicle they are operating. Whether the driver […]